Saturday, December 22, 2018

Czech politicians want to ban Islam completely as it ‘colonises society’

Political leaders in Czech Republic have previously condemned Islam in strong terms. Now, politicians in the Czech Parliament are discussing the complete ban of the religion.
If someone calls for the killing of infidels and Jews, then it's not a religion of peace, says MP Jiri Kobza.
He and his party Freedom and Direct Democracy, that's one of the larger in parliament, believe Islam isn't just a religion but also a violent ideology that should be banned.
We've suggested that all ideologies that promote hatred and violence should be banned. One of the ideologies is Islam. And then we have fascism and Nazism, he says.
He points out that Muslims neither want nor will integrate into non-Muslim societies. It's not migration – it's colonisation.
A strong mistrust of Islam exists throughout the political spectrum in the Czech Republic, where only 0.5% of the population are Muslim.
We don't want more Muslims in Czech Republic, the Social Democratic then Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka noted in an interview last year.
Even Czech President Milos Zeman, who's also a Social Democrat, has strongly condemned the Middle Eastern religion. Among other things, he's said that Islam simply doesn't belong in Europe.
In connection with the asylum chaos in 2015, Zeman noted during an Islam critical demonstration that the Muslim migrants who then made it to Europe came from a "culture of murderers and religious hatred."

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